Hello again Reception,
I know it is hard not being at school, but try to keep doing the work on this blog.
Well done Violet! I was so impressed by your writing - I can see you have been working very hard.
It has been lovely seeing all your work on Purple Mash especially the work linked to 'Owl Babies'. Don't forget you can save your work in your tray and I can see what you have been doing. Here is some from Marcell, Poppi-Ann and Violet.
Here is your learning for today:
You could use some of your other high frequency words to finish the sentence e.g I like my dog. Or you could use your phonemes to write something you like. e.g I like jam. As always, don't forget a capital letter for the start of the sentence, finger spaces and a full stop at the end. You can write more than one sentence if you want to.
Phonics: The phoneme for today is qu
Watch this Youtube video for today's phoneme.
Now for the reading.
Practise reading these words.
Writing: Keep practising your handwriting. Follow the direction of the arrows. Use your magic writing finger at first, don't stop writing until you finish the pattern or letter. Next, try writing it on paper. We learn to write q and u together because it is a digraph - 2 letters that make one sound.
Literacy: Today I am going to read you the end of the story 'Owl Babies'. Then I will teach you the final part of the story map. See the videos below.
Now it's your turn to play the throwing game - You don't need to use beanbags or a hoop. You can use anything as a target to throw at like a bucket, tray or a mat. You could use small soft toys or pairs of socks rolled into a ball to throw. Don't forget to record your score each time. Can you write the digit for your score? Did you score more or less than last time? How many landed on/inside the target? How many landed outside? How many altogether?
R.E. - This week we begin our topic called 'Celebrating'. Look at the picture below. What is happening? What can you see? Point to these things in the picture - the people (we call this the Parish Family), the priest, altar servers, crucifix (Jesus body on the cross), benches, hymn books, stained glass windows, notice board, candles.
Why has the Parish Family come to church? What is the priest going to celebrate? (Mass)
What other celebrations take place in church? (Baptism, Christmas, wedding etc)
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